Custom Exhausts & Repairs
At Cannington Performance we take Custom Exhaust & Repairs seriously so you get the best possible exhaust system for your vehicle.
Your exhaust system is made up of a number of components that contribute to your vehicles overall performance. The noise your exhaust makes can tell you a lot about its general condition.
A loud roar could signify a hole in your exhaust system
A persistent rattle may mean part of the exhaust is loose
A tinkling sound could be a problem with your silencer
Cannington Performance Custom Exhaust & Repairs in Perth, WA can repair your exhaust whether it be a standard replacement or performance.
When it comes to catalytic converters, Cannington Performance Exhaust use and recommend Magna Flow high flow systems. Their internal design has no lips and does not create turbulence and with a larger surface area of the high flow catalytic offers higher flow rate than standard body catalytic converters. Magna Flow have introduced a stainless steel fire ring within their converters, this holds the core in place and offers far better protection from heat melt down over the standard ring found in other catalytic converters.
Cannington Performance Exhaust does not recommend high-flow catalytic converters for every vehicle. To place a high-flow catalytic converter on a small four cylinder (non turbo) car would be a total waste of effort and money. Your money would be better spent elsewhere on your vehicle.
Cannington Performance use and recommend Pacemaker extractors (headers) whenever possible. Typically, these headers provide a power increase on cars of between 10-25% . Pacemaker does not make headers for every application so we do use other brands such as Lukey, Hitech and Hurricane, to name a few.
Cannington Performance Exhaust have found that with the correct exhaust system fitted to your vehicle, exhaust gasses escape the engine cyliners with greater ease. With less exhaust gas in the cycliner, a greater intake of air/fuel mixture is acheived. When you combine this air induction with a K&N Filter, your vehicle breathes properly and as mentioned the cycliners are empty allowing in more air/fuel mixture on the intake stroke of the engine. With more fuel/air mixture in the cyclinder, you gain more power.
To determine what size system will suit your needs, contact Cannington Performance today.
In creating the power to drive most piston engine vehicles, the engine produces extremely hot exhaust gases, up to 1300 ° C from each cylinder. These gases flow in turn from each cylinder as its exhaust valve opens, into the manifold, which is bolted to the engine’s cylinder head. The exhaust manifold, usually made of cast iron, comprises several individual passageways having one for each exhaust valve’s exhaust port. These individual passageways merge into one, forming the outlet.
The function of the resonator is to remove exhaust resonance or “boom” at particular engine loads without restricting exhaust gas flow affecting engine performance. Failure of the resonator may be caused by the same conditions that effect the engine pipe. Cracks due to fatigue, or reduced wall thickness and eventual perforation due to heat erosion are more likely causes of failure.
Extractors, also known as headers, are one of the easiest bolt-on accessories you can use to improve an engine’s performance. Its goal is to make it easier for the engine to push the exhaust gases out of the engine cylinders.
The engine pipe connects the exhaust system to the engine via the exhaust manifold. Exhaust gas temperature in the engine can reach over 1000 degrees Celsius when a vehicle is climbing or accelerating hard. Cracks due to fatigue or reduced wall thickness and eventual perforation due to heat erosion are more likely causes of failure in the engine pipe.
The intermediate pipe, sometimes called a connector pipe, joins the front muffler to the rear muffler. Corrosion in this component is more aggressive because lower temperatures in this part of the system do not evaporate the acidic condensation as rapidly.
The rear muffler is similar to the front muffler in function, but has different internal construction. This produces the final exhaust note and ensures that noise emissions comply with government legislation. The rear muffler can be positioned either in front or behind the rear suspension.
The catalytic converter is usually located in the engine pipe in close proximity to the exhaust manifold and is now a compulsory component on all vehicles. It converts harmful pollutants contained in the exhaust gas into harmless emissions. Catalytic converters are designed to provide an extended service life. However correct operation of the converter relies on proper engine tuning, the use of lead free fuel and the appropriate maintenance of the overall exhaust system.
The front muffler is the first component that treats engine-generated sound waves to reduce noise to acceptable levels and ensure correct gas flow through the exhaust system. Most exhaust systems have two mufflers, although some vehicles have up to four. Failure may be caused by fatigue cracking due to severe vibration and aggressive internal corrosion from the condensation of water vapour contained in the exhaust gas forming highly acidic liquid
The tail pipe is an extremely important exhaust system component as it must ensure that the exhaust gas is emitted past the end of the vehicle, preventing exhaust gas entering the luggage compartment and ultimately, the vehicle’s cabin. The current trend is to position the rear muffler toward the end of the traditional tail pipe, behind the rear suspension.
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We offer a full range of workshop services to vehicle owners located in the Cannington and surrounding area’s.
Our Technicians are fully qualified and you can relax in knowing that your vehicle is in good hands.
Rattles under the car can be caused by loose exhaust components or baffles inside the exhaust system muffler that have broken or rusted loose. We recommend that you bring the car in so that we can check the exhaust system for you and advise on repairs needed.
A stainless steel exhaust will have a longer life span than a standard steel exhaust system as the metal is not as prone to corrosion.
If you have a leaking exhaust the gases that escape from the exhaust contain carbon monoxide which if makes its way inside the car it can have an effect on the passengers in the vehicle. It is very important to have you exhaust system checked and repaired if it is leaking.